BIENVENUE A MARLY-GOMONT – Directed by Julien Rambaldi, Bienvenue à Marly-Gomont is also a film about the childhood of singer Kamini, who had already made a song about the city where he grew up in 2006.

[Mis à jour le 26 juillet 2020 à 20h55] “I’m not from Paname but from Marly-Gomont!” Do you remember those words from Kamini’s song, released in 2006? It’s hard not to think about it when reading the title Bienvenue à Marly-Gomont, a comedy directed by Julien Rambaldi. And it’s done on purpose: this film, inspired by his own life, looks back on the story of the rapper’s parents. In 1975, Seyolo Zantoko, freshly graduated in medicine, and his wife Anne Zantoko arrived in Marly-Gomont. But the inhabitants, who have never seen black people in their life, will not warmly welcome this family, until the doctor gradually gains the trust of the inhabitants of this country town.